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Whose Anti-Intellectualism Should We Be Against?


by Edward Krug - 1966

The author brings up a tantalizing question in this article, one that has preoccupied historians for several decades—and educators since the attacks were launched on our purportedly "soft" public schools. Describing some of the backgrounds of current debates, he shows those once called "educationists" in a novel stance with respect to intelligence and intellect, even as he defines the values in intellectual work viewed suggestively as "play."


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 67 Number 6, 1966, p. 402-408
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 2288, Date Accessed: 1/18/2020 3:08:55 PM

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